Technology Infrastructure Standards Documents

TIDG - Technology Infrastructure Design Guide
Version of January 4, 2016 - 1.1M

The Technology Infrastructure Design Guide (TIDG) is written to communicate the requirements of Utah Valley University (UVU) for the design and installation of technology infrastructure and systems at UVU facilities.

  • The TIDG is written for an audience of Architects, Engineers and Designers who are responsible for the design of new or remodeled facilities for UVU where telecommunications distribution systems currently exist or will be installed.
  • It is also intended for other low voltage telecommunications Contractors and subcontractors installing telecommunications distribution systems at UVU facilities.
  • This document also applies to infrastructure designed and installed by UVU staff, when a formal design is not developed.

TDDG - Telecommunications Distribution Design Guide
Version as of March 4, 2019 - 3.9M

The Telecommunications Distribution Design Guide (TDDG) is written to communicate the requirements of Utah Valley University (UVU) for the design and installation of telecommunications distribution infrastructure at UVU facilities.

  • The TDDG is written for an audience of Architects, Engineers and Designers who are responsible for the design of new or remodeled facilities for UVU where telecommunications distribution systems currently exist or will be installed.
  • It is also intended for other low-voltage telecommunications Contractors installing telecommunications distribution systems at UVU facilities.
  • This document also applies to infrastructure designed and installed by UVU staff, when a formal design is not developed.

AVDG - Audio/Visual Design Guide
Version as of January 4, 2016 - 6.8M

The Audio/Visual Design Guide (AVDG) is written to communicate the requirements of Utah Valley University (UVU) for the design and installation of audio/visual systems and infrastructure at UVU facilities.

  • The AVDG is written for an audience of Architects, Engineers, and Designers who are responsible for the design of new or remodeled facilities for UVU where audio/visual systems currently exist or will be installed.
  • It is also intended for Audio Visual, Electrical and other Contractors installing audio/visual systems at UVU facilities.
  • This document also applies to infrastructure designed and installed by UVU Media Services & Engineering (MS&E) staff, and will be used to develop formal designs on projects.

CGS - Telecom & AV Construction Guide Specs
Version as of July 19, 2019 - 2.7M

The Construction Guide Specification (CGS) is written to communicate the requirements of Utah Valley University (UVU) for the installation of technology infrastructure and systems at UVU facilities.

  • The CGS is written for an audience of Architects, Engineers, and Designers who are responsible for the design of new or remodeled facilities for UVU where telecommunications distribution systems currently exist or will be installed. It is intended to assist in developing specifications for a particular project.
  • It is also intended for other low voltage telecommunications Contractors and Subcontractors installing telecommunications distribution systems at UVU facilities. It is intended to communicate UVU's requirements for the appropriate construction and installation of telecommunications distribution systems at UVU-owned and leased facilities.
  • This document also applies to infrastructure designed and installed by UVU staff, when a formal design is not developed.

 

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For access to the TCGS - Telecommunications Construction Guide Specifications or questions about the Design Guides contact Kurtis Olsen in Network & Telecom Services.